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[Bug] All party member "Personal" stats have disappeared


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Just installed patch 1.04 on Steam. When I go into my party's character sheets, all the information under the "Personal" tab has completely disappeared. Only my main character still has stats. Wat do. I want my stats back. :(

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Unfortunately, I cannot confirm this one. All my stats are still there.

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This happens to me when I dismiss a char and then rehire them.

 

I have dismissed all these characters at least once and rehired. Don't remember if the party has seen combat since the last time I did so. Not sure. I was trying to fix some bugs that could only be fixed by doing that. :p

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Is this intended behavior? For the personal stats to be reset every time party members are fired and rehired? Could it have something to do with firing all of them and rehiring all of them at once (which I did to fix the stacking health bug)?

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Is this intended behavior? For the personal stats to be reset every time party members are fired and rehired? Could it have something to do with firing all of them and rehiring all of them at once (which I did to fix the stacking health bug)?

I don't know if it was "intended" or not, but it's what currently happens. ;) I think I read they intend to alter this later, so either oversight or glitch.

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